By Naomi Bloom on February 26, 2015
If and when you decide to migrate from your seriously old design, on-premise ERP to “the cloud,” please make sure that you get what you’re paying for.
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By Paul Greenberg on February 23, 2015
The three marketing companies that won this year’s Watchlist- Adobe, Callidus Cloud and OutMarket – couldn’t be any more different. Check them out: It is so worth it.
By R "Ray" Wang on February 20, 2015
Enterprise Healthcare Management Comes Of Age Enterprise healthcare management (EHM) technology is a category of software that incorporates analytics into the typical employer-provided healthcare solution. EHM enables employers to maximize their healthcare investments by improving the delivery of healthcare for employees, and identifying previously unknown opportunities uncovered by data. Enterprise healthcare management will help […]
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By Paul Greenberg on February 12, 2015
Salesforce has won mindshare at a level so substantial that all other companies — including much bigger ones — compete against it. Salesforce is Elite, all right. But is it perfect?
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By Paul Greenberg on February 10, 2015
Since the last third of Steve Ballmer’s reign and continuing with Satya Nadella, Microsoft has made a commitment to thinking in ecosystems — and just in time. What can they do to improve?
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By R "Ray" Wang on February 9, 2015
Constellation State Of The State Report: Digital Transformation Services Take Center Stage For 2015 The latest Constellation Research state of the state report explores the impact of digital transformation on the services front. As so many different pieces of the digital transformation space come together, Constellation believes that the Digital Transformation Services category is set […]
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By R "Ray" Wang on February 4, 2015
Launch Of SAP S/4 Provides Catalyst For Organizations To Update Their Next Gen Apps Strategy The February 3rd, 2015 New York City SAP S/4 launch event brought a positive closure for customers seeking the next generation apps strategy from SAP. At a high level, the SAP S/4 HANA offering offers: a new suite of applications […]
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By Paul Greenberg on February 4, 2015
EY Advisory earned the CRM Watchlist 2015’s highest score. Why? They deliver the perfect integration of mission and vision with actual work and corporate life. Take a gander.
By Naomi Bloom on February 3, 2015
Introduction In May 2012, I published a blog post that covered the basics of objects and object modeling — the very basic basics. Assuming you’ve all been studying this topic since then (if you hadn’t already done so), it seemed like a good time to note that simply applying the right modeling techniques does not get […]
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By Bob Warfield on January 16, 2015
Recently I was drawn into a discussion of how Green the Cloud is where I responded as follows: SaaS is going to come out ahead of any reasonably calculation of carbon emissions versus on-prem. Multi-tenancy is just a lot more efficient. Look at the data centers of companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook. Most corporates wish they […]